It was known as the jazz age but there was a fair bit of blues, dance, Broadway and country too
From Cher’s record-smashing “Believe” to Louis Prima’s posthumous comeback, we look back at musicians who made their way back to the charts after a lengthy break
From Louis Armstrong paying tribute to Fats Waller to Kurt Elling's dedication to John Coltrane and Johnny Hartman
Mumbai drummer Benoni Asher Soans's sense of timing was so immaculate that even in his passing, he made a clean, precise break with life, much on his own terms
The Russian tenor saxophonist thrilled a packed house with jazz classics along with surprise performances from young Indian artists
"If you gotta ask you will never know" - the famous Louis Armstrong responding to someone asking him to define jazz. At the best of times, trying to define "jazz" is well nigh impossible.
Here's our list of classics from the Forties to present time
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